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Tips to transplant tulips

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Q:  How do I transplant tulips? I have a pot of them that have died back.

A:   Tulips do not tend to flower but once in our area. Therefore, they are considered disposable. You can plant them in a shaded area but do not expect much performance from them.

Q:    I want to create a white landscape like I have seen at some historic places. What are some plants that do well here that have white flowers?

A:   In sun, try crape myrtle, African iris, spirea, buddelia, oleander and hibiscus. For partial shade, try azalea, camellia, mock orange and white agapanthus.




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